michael jackson
michael jackson

mjhoax death
HomePortalLog inRegister
Log in
Log in automatically: 
:: I forgot my password


 David Blain/Clue

Go down 
new member
new member

Female Chinese zodiac : Snake
Posts : 70
Birthday : 1989-02-21
Join date : 2009-10-20
Age : 30

David Blain/Clue Empty
PostDavid Blain/Clue

David Blain/Clue 63383810

David Blain/Clue 63391010
look at the pics closely


have an open mind
Back to top Go down

 Similar topics

» David Shuter
Share this post on: diggdeliciousredditstumbleuponslashdotyahoogooglelive

David Blain/Clue :: Comments

Re: David Blain/Clue
Post on Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:13 pm by shyadrem
i dont understand ... masterpiece every where? even on my space! ...
Re: David Blain/Clue
Post on Fri Oct 30, 2009 4:10 am by Admin
Will David Blaine release another "Mysterious Stranger" on October 28, 2009?


From his facebook page: (You'll have to click on the second blue (read more) to see this)


October 19, 2003 : David completes Above the Below Challenge

October 28, 2002: David releases Mysterious Stranger

According to Amazon.com, this was a book by David Blaine. On the Amazon site it says the book was published October 29, 2002, but on David's facebook page it says it was "released" on October 28, 2002.

Reviews of the book:

From Publishers Weekly
He was buried alive for a week in Times Square, encased in ice for three days, also in Times Square, and stood atop an 83-foot pillar in Manhattan's Bryant Park for 36 hours-and received national TV coverage for all these feats. Often touted as the new Houdini, Blaine is a consummate magician as well as endurance artist and an important force in the field for his advocacy of "street magic." In this spirited book, his first, Blaine offers readers a magical extravaganza on paper, a mix of autobiography, history of magic, how-to (do magic), interactive magic tricks and self-help advice. Blaine begins with intimations of stage magic's power, with an account of legendary 19th-century magician Robert-Houdin traveling to Algeria on orders of the French government to quell an uprising by showing that his magic was greater than that of the rebels. He ends with a knuckle-whitening account of his pillar stunt, a "dream manifesto" ("Read. Observe…. Our minds have no limits") and suggested resources including books of general interest (at the top: The Brothers Karamazov). This is a very personal volume, with Blaine's passionate, playful, opinionated, determined personality evident on nearly every page. Magic buffs will find much here that's familiar, like the recaps of magicians past and present, but even serious hobbyists will pick up tips from the tricks and explanations scattered throughout, and the final chapters, devoted to Blaine's endurance challenges, are pure gold.

From Library Journal
The Michael Jordan of magic. The hip-hop Houdini. These are some of Blaine's promotional tags. Even if you didn't join the 15.88 million viewers who watched this escape artist's "Frozen in Time" special, you might like to know that Robert DeNiro has optioned his life story.

'David Blaine! He completely blew my mind' Damien Hirst

"A latter-day Houdini." —The New York Times

"The hottest name in magic."— USA Today

About the Author
David Blaine has revamped and reinvigorated the world of magic with his raw street-style performances. His celebrity following includes Madonna, De Niro and Spike Lee. He is the most famous illusionist in the world.

For those who believe, no explanation
is necessary.
For those who do not, none will suffice.
- Joseph Dunninger

–Just another coincidence?
Re: David Blain/Clue
Post  by Sponsored content

David Blain/Clue

Back to top 

Page 1 of 1

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
michael jackson :: theores :: hoax-
Jump to:  
Create a forum | © phpBB | Free forum support | Contact | Report an abuse | Forumotion.com